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Old 04-07-2009, 09:37 PM   #1
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Question question about plastics

I know the xr and the crf plastics are different but what about were they mount? Would crf plastics fit on an xr?
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yes they fit exactly except the xr is a one piece tail and the front plastics are molded different
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yes they fit exactly except the xr is a one piece tail and the front plastics are molded different

sweet!! thanks.

i got a set of sweet plastics im going to put on. been wanting to put them on my old 50 but never did.
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sweet!! thanks.

i got a set of sweet plastics im going to put on. been wanting to put them on my old 50 but never did.
ya if you can i would run a crf front and a xr rear, the crf rears break after a while cause it's three pieces...then it's zipties from there
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xr tail is the way to go cause its one piece and way stronger
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oh and i heard that the xr tail is the way to go cause its one piece and way stronger
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ya if you can i would run a crf front and a xr rear, the crf rears break after a while cause it's three pieces...then it's zipties from there

yeah my old 50 was a crf. I know all about those junky tail ends, and zipties. But the plastics im getting aren't made for an xr, thats why i asked.
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oh and ebay china plastics are fine for stunt riding and some falls...i've never broke any and for the usual price of $15 shipped any color compared to $100+ for red baron, sano and factory...
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mine are going to be from sick 50's

there pretty official...you will see.
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im ready to ride now lol. wed. asi is where its at.
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im ready to ride now lol. wed. asi is where its at.

i voted for next month because i wanna wait till i get my big bar kit and hand break. Although i will be catching idle on a stock 50 this weekend.
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i voted for next month because i wanna wait till i get my big bar kit and hand break. Although i will be catching idle on a stock 50 this weekend.
haha good luck. it aint a big bike. you ever owned a 50?
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haha good luck. it aint a big bike. you ever owned a 50?
yep theres not really "idle" like on a big bike ...
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but it is possible to crank your idle up and do staggard circles on idle, with your throttle hand off
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haha good luck. it aint a big bike. you ever owned a 50?

i said i did, look up.

yeah i know its not idle but its the only thing thats close enough haha. When i had mine i could do no hander sit down wheelies in 1st, i wasn't that great at them though. My boy that lives in denver can do no handed uni-cycles and i have the pic to back it up.
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dang. im workin on the no handers.

Its actually alot easier on a big bike from my experience lol. I have gotten hurt worse on a 50 then my old stunt bike. Amazing.
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yea catching idle is way easier on a big bike lol the 50 idle cant pull itself. i cant ride it for long
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yea catching idle is way easier on a big bike lol the 50 idle cant pull itself. i cant ride it for long

i just realized how hard its going to be for me to do that on the 50 when i haven't rode one in 8 months. Let alone with the stock bars. haha
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correct me if im wrong but i dont think the plastics will work on my xr50. The gas tank is different on the crf compared to the xr because of the plastic change.
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